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5 Non-Touristy Places in Australia if You're Allergic to Large Crowds

5 Non-Touristy Places in Australia if You're Allergic to Large Crowds www.northwestbushpilots.com.au

Australia is a beautiful island in the Indian Ocean, full of unique creatures, adventurous people and a range of natural wonders like rock formations, caves and reefs. Here are a few of these that have managed to keep the swarms of tourists at bay. Do not leave the country without attempting to get to these remote places, it's worth every effort! 

5 Non-Touristy Places in Australia if You're Allergic to Large Crowds:

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Day 1. Devil's marbles, Northern Territory

Devil's marbles, Northern Territory
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The Devil’s Marbles is a boulder field in the Northern Territory of Australia. Remote but spectacular, the enormous stones are strewn across the rugged landscape and the balance with which they stay in place is mind-boggling, seemingly ignorant of basic laws of physics. These formations are remnants of a geological past.  

Day 2. Arnham Lands, Northern Territory

Arnham Lands, Northern Territory
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Arnhem Land is a vast wilderness area in  Australia’s Northern Territory, defined by rocky escarpments, gorges, rivers and waterfalls. Home to just a few thousand Yolngu people, tourists in this vast Aboriginal reserve allowed through a strict permit system. This area was never colonised and is believed to be inhabited over 50,000 years ago.

Day 3. The Bungles in Kimberley North Western Australia

The Bungles in Kimberley North Western Australia
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In a World Heritage-listed national park, the Bungles, is one of the most spectacular geological wonders on Earth. Mystical beehive mounds rise into the air on is akin to stepping foot on an alien world. The area is only accessed by 4 wheel drive vehicles and is remotely located in the Purnululu National Park

Day 4. Karijini National Park, Western Australia

Karijini National Park, Western Australia
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The rugged red rocks and secret waterholes of Karijini National Park surrounded by mountains towering over dust-filled valleys are more than 2,500 million years old. Traveller’s explore the landscape and can find respite from the heat at one of Karijini’s many swimming spots, like Fern Pool or Fortescue Falls.

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Day 5. Cape Leveque, Western Australia

Cape Leveque, Western Australia
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An abundance of wildlife and spectacular night skies define Cape Leveque, sitting on the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Vibrant red rock cloaks the coastline, wild turtles and seabirds roam free on the beach the fishermen cast their nets in the Timor sea. Travellers are sometimes treated with sightings of baby whales during breeding season.

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